JVP leader blasts Lankan foreign policy, names diplomats

JVP leader blasts Lankan foreign policy, names diplomats

Written by Staff Writer

07 Aug, 2014 | 4:13 pm

JVP Leader, Parliamentarian Anura Kumara Dissanayake blasted Sri Lanka’s foreign policy in Parliament on Wednesday, August 6.

Anura Kumara Dissanayake blamed the government over nepotism and political favouritism. He said that foreign service is becoming a branch network of the SLFP.

The leader of JVP also mentioned several names of persons who a hold number of diplomatic posts around the world and allege to be the relatives, friends and loyalists of the ruling coalition.

Sarath Kongahage: Ambassador to Germany

Nawalage Bennet Cooray: Ambassador to the Italian Republic

Gamini Rajapakse: Ambassador to Kingdom of Jordan

H. R. Piyasiri: Ambassador to Myanmar

Buddhi K. Athauda: Ambassador to the Netherlands

Udayanga Weeratunga: Ambassador to Russia

Saliya Wickramasuriya: Ambassador to USA

Dickson Sarathchandra Dela: Sri Lankan High Commissioner to the Maldives

A.S.P. Liyanage: Ambassador to Nigeria

Oshadhi Alahapperuma: Ambassador to Sweedan

Bharathi Wijeratne: Ambassador to Turkey

Dr. Ivan Amarasinghe: Ambassador to Vietnam

Srimal Wickremasinghe: Deputy Chief of Mission to China

Varuna Epasinghe: ‎Diplomat at Embassy of Sri Lanka in Washington

Karunarathna Paranawithana: Counsel General Canada

W.S.K. Dissanayake: First Secretary Abu Dhabi

Lalith U Gamage: Indian High Commision

H.N.B. Rathnayake: Second secretary Russia

Lionel Premasiri: Deputy High Commissioner Canada

Harsha Herath: Second Secretary Singapore

Chamithri Rambukwella: Second Secretary New York

Muthu Padmakumara: Second Secretary London

Dr. K. Waidyaratne: London High Commissioner’s office

J.M. Bandara: Second Secretary Kuwait

Dickson J. Perera: Counsel General Nepal

M.I. Kudukewatta: First Secretary Beijing

Ratna Ranaweera: Second Secretary Canberra

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